Learning Disorders

The term learning disorder refers to a specific deficit in the ability to learn verbal or nonverbal information. Examples include dyslexiasensory integration disorder, and nonverbal learning deficits. Most, but not all learning disorders are developmental in nature – that is, they characterize early life and childhood through adolescence more so than adult functioning.

In many cases, what are called “learning disorders” are symptoms of other problems rather than problems in their own right. Any negative influence on cognitive (i.e. mental) or physical functioning can result in a developmental disability or functional deficit. ABF specializes in diagnosing and treating a wide variety of such issues. 

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